Babygram lets you share your baby's intimate moments with close family and friends.
There can be too much of a good thing. Baby photos on Facebook certainly qualify in this category. While parents are understandably proud of their kids and want to show them off to their friends, we live in a hyperconnected world where too much is shared. That includes every permutation of a photo, even blurry ones.
Babygram could save us from oversharing hell. Developed by Google Ventures funded startup Stickery, which is based in Singapore and California, Babygram is a private social network centered around babies and their immediate families. It is now available on iOS.
The app is part of a new wave of mobile social networks targeted at niche groups. There’s Path for those yearning more private online interactions, Between and LoveByte for couples, Burpple for food lovers, as well as GetGlue for those oriented towards movies and television.
While creating an “Instagram for _______” is certainly a hot startup idea, none of these companies have attained the breakout success of Dropbox, Airbnb, and yes, Facebook. But that hasn’t stopped Stickery from trying. Read more
This upcoming weekend, NUS Overseas College (NOC) alumni members will be organizing Startup Weekend Singapore. The attendees of Startup Weekend will decide what they want to tackle over 54 hours and come out at the end with several developed companies or projects. Further details of program can be viewed here.
When: Friday to Sunday, 9th-11th March 2012
Where: EMBA Lounge & Atrium, NUS Business School, 11 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119245 (Map)
Fee: S$45 (US$36) for technical student and S$85 (US$68) for technical non-student
NUS Entrepreneurship Week (Eweek) is coming!
With the theme “Unleash the Entrepreneur in You”, you can look forward to more than 15 different events between 19th to 23rd January 2009 proudly brought to you by the NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES), together with its Flagship Project, Start-Up@Singapore, and its Eweek partners : The Digital Movement, NUS SIFE, E27, Garag3, Energy Carta and NOC Alumni. Join us and meet some of the most prominent industry leaders, local CEOs and budding entrepreneurs in Singapore to hear about their opinions, ideas and success stories.
You can view a full list of upcoming events this week using the easy-to-view calendar. Read more